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5 matching items found between Jan 1974 and Jun 1974. Furthermore, there are 13 matching items for all time not shown.
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Jun 6, 1974
The costly search for 'Total Freedom' — North Hill News (Calgary, Alberta)
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Source: North Hill News (Calgary, Alberta)
The rev. Lorna Levett, Australian born counsellor, who has faced the wrath of the Church of Scientology by her defection in Calgary, says the resigned because she did not think some students were getting their money's worth. She told the News this week that she had persuaded people to spend over $200,000 in Scientology since she opened her Calgary franchise (later called a mission) in 1968. "Well over $100,000 they sent to the Los Angeles organization," Levett said in a prepared ...
Jun 1, 1974
Scientology group moves as controversy continues — Calgary Herald (Canada)
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Source: Calgary Herald (Canada)
Charges and counter-charges continued to fly as Calgary Scientologists moved out of their premises at 529 17th Ave. S.W. late Friday night. Landlord Franz Dopf told The Herald the group had been served with a notice to leave because other tenants complained of excessive noise, but Rev. Harvey Schmiedeke, a Scientology spokesman, said the move was caused by a need for more space. "We simply agreed to move." He did not say where the group intends to relocate. Mr. Schmiedeke charged ...
May 31, 1974
Ex-Scientologist charges rip-off — Calgary Herald (Canada)
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Author(s): Barry Nelson
Source: Calgary Herald (Canada)
The former head of the Church of Scientology in Calgary said Thursday she has been used by the organization to talk Calgarians out of more than $200,000 — perhaps as much as $350,000. Rev. Lorna Levitt, who resigned from the church April 19, said: "I was being used by the organization to exploit people by promising then in tangibles that I had been indoctrinated into believing Scientology could and would deliver for a price." The price currently varies from $50 per ...
May 31, 1974
Scientology has ways of dealing with those who go against church — Albertan (Canada)
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Author(s): Eric Denhoff
Source: Albertan (Canada)
The former head of Calgary's Scientology mission, by attacking that organization, has left herself open to the feeding of "lurid, blood sex crime actual evidence" to the press. That's the way Scientology officially deals with those who attack the organization, such as Lorna Levitt, who resigned April 19. Levitt began attacking the organization in newspaper advertisements more than a month and a half ago, but as yet the church has has not responded according to its policy. Levitt says that, so ...
May 30, 1974
'They didn't get their money's worth' — Albertan (Canada)
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Author(s): Eric Denhoff
Source: Albertan (Canada)
The former head of a Calgary franchise of the Church of Scientology, who collected more than $300,000 in fees since 1968 says local people "didn't get their money's worth." Lorna Levitt, who resigned from the church April 19, said Wednesday Calgarians paid up to $5,000 apiece for spiritual counselling, "seeking absolute and total freedom" at her urging but said "it didn't do for everyone what it was supposed to." The local mission — a franchise — was incorporated in January, 1970, ...
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